Sunday Lullaby is a new alternative music event happening at The Other Place (downstairs at The Albany) on Sunday, 15th April 2018. It’s not another club night but a rather quiet evening to calm down from the weekend’s madness. There will be some great tunes from all over the alternative genre, not necessarily the danceable hits but the quiet, melancholic and dark songs we all love so much but which we would hardly ever get to hear anywhere outside our homes.
Food is available, entry £1, start 5pm.
DJs: Ostfrau + Translight + Terminates Here
The music selection includes:
Goth, Metal, Rock, Post Punk, New Romantic, Grunge, Industrial, Dark Wave, Ambient, Electronic, 80s, 90s, 00s.
The event will also include a small exhibition of Torturett’s photo set ‘The Dark Side’!
Was just rummaging through my picture folders and found a few images I was actually not supposed to publish. well when I saw them I thought they really fit my current mood so here we go… I have now lived in London for 4 years and most of the time I think how amazing that is and how lucky I am, I have the best time of my life. But there are these days and I’m sure everybody has these days when nothing goes right, like in such a way that you feel fucking grounded and almost humiliated. You just start to questioning everything. London is one of the most popular places in the world, I have more than 8 million neighbors, it’s a place where people go on holiday! BUT what I hear a lot from other people and what I feel a lot as well is that London can be one of the loneliest places in the world too. The traffic, the noise, the pollution, the stress, the different cultures & languages, the distances, the lack of time, the general madness… It’s one of those days where I realize again that I have it fucking good, a place to live, a safe job, interesting hobbies and a shit load of entertainment. But I don’t seem to know a single one of this 8 million people around me. I mean I talk to some, I hang out with some, I work with some, but who do I actually know!? why does it sometimes feel so bleak and cold? And where are all the other people like me?